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  1. Inside BellTrox’s hacker-for-hire operation

    Today we’re chatting with Citizen Lab Senior Researcher John Scott-Railton about the work they did investigating the Indian hacker-for-hire firm BellTrox.

    For those of you who didn’t catch the news, The Citizen Lab, which operates out of the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, dropped a huge report a couple of weeks back that lays Belltrox’s operations bare. As you’ll hear this company attempted to hack tens of thousands of email accounts belonging to everyone from government officials to hedge fund managers and activists.

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  2. Ep. 143 - The Chauncey DeVega Show - Timothy Snyder

    Historian Timothy Snyder is the guest on this week’s episode of The Chauncey DeVega Show. He is an award-winning professor of history at Yale University and author of numerous books including Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin as well as Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning. His newest book is On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century.

    During this week’s show, Professor Synder and Chauncey discuss how American Exceptionalism is a lie that helped to pave the way for Donald Trump’s regime, how best to describe Trump’s politics, and how the public discourse in the United States remains unable to properly grasp the threat to democracy posed by this crisis in democracy. Professor Snyder and Chauncey also talk about the allure of Antisemitism for Trump’s White House, what resistance should look like in this moment, and how long American democracy has before it fully succumbs to authoritarianism.

    In this week’s podcast, Chauncey talks about going to C2E2 in Chicago and in the interest of public decency offers some fashion advice for cosplayers. Chauncey also shares a story about financial insecurity among older Americans and plays an audio recording from the legendary Studs Terkel about how African-Americans would try to help poor white people in the South during the Great Depression.

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  3. Marketplace – June 28, 2017 – What the nightmare cybersecurity scenario looks like

    It’s Day Two of a cyber attack that’s so far hit shipping companies, law firms and pharmaceutical conglomerates. Companies worldwide are still recovering, and cybersecurity experts are still trying to figure out exactly what’s going on. The one thing that companies, cybersecurity analysts and journalists seem to agree on is that it’s bad. Nicole Perlroth covers cybersecurity for the New York Times. She talked with Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal about what’s concerning about the most recent global cyber attack.


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  4. How to be Awesome at Your Job 015: David Allen, The World’s Leading Authority on Productivity

    you ever find yourself going crazy with all the “stuff” on your mind, this episode is for you. Legendary productivity expert, GTD (Getting Things Done) originator, and best-selling author David Allen shares keys to getting work and life under control. You’ll learn: 1) Why “write it on your butt“ can be a valid system 2) The core principles, science, and practices underlying the world’s most-used personal productivity system 3) How to cultivate the space our brains to generate power and creativity


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    When someone secretly means to do you harm, there’s a good chance they will succeed. When you are a celebrity or public figure of some kind, you become much more vulnerable to attack because of the nature of public life. Your whereabouts are often tracked and your habits and vulnerabilities are a matter of public record.

    There are people out there such as Ricardo Lopez who wish to do harm, for whatever demented reasons their sick minds have constructed. Many times they do succeed, but this is not one of those cases. We were, however, left with one of the clearest pictured into the mind of a celebrity stalker that we’ve ever had. There are 22 hours of Lopez’s video diary leading up to the final act, and seeing what transpired in the mind of this very sick individual is frightening.

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  6. Radiolab - Darkode

    It would seem that hackers today can do just about anything they want - from turning on the cellphone in your pocket to holding your life’s work hostage. Cyber criminals today have more sophisticated tools, have learned to work collaboratively around the world and have found innovative ways to remain deep undercover in the internet’s shadows. This episode, we shine a light into those shadows to see the world from the perspectives of both cybercrime victims and perpetrators.

    First we meet mother-daughter duo Alina and Inna Simone, who tell us about being held hostage by criminals who have burrowed into their lives from half a world away. Along the way we learn about the legally sticky spot that unwitting accomplices like Will Wheeler find themselves in.

    Then reporter and author Joseph Menn tells us about the surprisingly lucrative professional hacker structure in places throughout the former Soviet Union. Finally, the co-creator of one of the most notorious online marketplaces to ever exist speaks to us and NPR cyber-crime expert Dina Temple-Raston about how a young suburban Boy Scout can turn into a world renowned black hat hacker.

    Produced by Kelsey Padgett and Andy Mills.

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  7. David Allen - Bigwig Nation

    David Allen Play Podcast: Play in new window | Download

    BACKGROUND Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them. That’s why he created his revolutionary system known as Getting Things Done®. GTD is the work-life management system that has helped countless individuals and organizations bring order to chaos. GTD enables greater performance, capacity, and innovation. It alleviates the feeling of overwhelm—instilling focus, clarity, and confidence.

    After decades of in-the-field research and practice of his productivity methods, he wrote the international best-seller Getting Things Done. Published in over 28 languages, TIME magazine heralded it as “the defining self-help business book of its time.” In 2015, he released a new edition of the book, with new insights, updates, and discoveries about the world of Getting Things Done and its many personal and professional applications. Today, his company is a thriving global training and consulting company, widely considered the leading authority in the fields of organizational and personal productivity.

    Meet David Allen. In this conversation, he lays out the foundation of his incredible GTD system and debunks many of the productivity and time management myths we have all been led to believe.


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